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Email: matthew@robertslegal.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Bryan

Special Counsel, BA (Hons), LLB (Hons), Dip Leg Prac

 

 

 

 

About Matthew

Matthew joined Roberts Legal in January 2017. He practices primarily in litigation and dispute resolution, with a particular emphasis on providing legal advice on all issues relating to debt recovery, insolvency, building and construction law, work health and safety law, strata matters, lease disputes and contested Will and Probate applications.

In doing so he regularly advises clients on the implementation and interpretation of contracts and the provisions of legislation including the Corporations Act, the Home Building Act, the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act, the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, the Work Health and Safety Act and the Succession Act.

Matthew represents the rights and interests of clients in a wide array of Courts and Tribunals including the Federal Court, the Supreme Court, the District Court and the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Matthew also has experience in advising under the Family Law Act, and particularly matters involving the division of the property of the marraige or defacto relationship.

 

Practice Areas

Who Matthew works with

Matthew has experience working with a wide range of clients including individuals, companies, insolvency practitioners, builders, strata managers, owners corporations and government agencies.

 

Qualifications

Matthew holds Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts degrees, both obtained with Honours, together with a Diploma of Legal Practice.

He was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia in 2003.

 

Articles

High Court settles argument about when a Payment Claim can be validly issued.

Court of Appeal Limits Scope of Potential Challenges to Security of Payment Adjudications.

Blended Family Will Disputes, recent Supreme Court decision provides fresh insight.

Testamentary Capacity. When does a person lack the ability to make a valid Will?

 

Memberships

Law Society of New South Wales

Newcastle Law Society

 

Call now to speak to Matthew Bryan

1300 553 343

 

 

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